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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 10. 1920 LETHimPGE DAILY HERALD j Interesting Figures Compiled in 1 Office of Deputy Minister of Jlunicipal Affairs Slightly more than half of the acre- or the province has surveyed, according to some interesting figures have been comtUed by J H, tomb, deputy minister ot the depart- ment ot municipal affairs. Pleoty ot :f space Is also allowed for many: setters still to come. t The province of Alberta has au area J'iOl square miles or an acreage acres, or about 300 acres 1' lor every man, woman and chin In the Worince. Of this acres ;i ,were surveyed up io 1920. 'That part b! the province is analysed by the Domin- i-j ion, authorities into the following parti: Timber license area, acres, grating acres; forest reserve and ac- res; reserve for forestry purpose, acres; road allowances, 500. acres; water covered lands, 000 acres, or a total of acres taken up in this manner'and tearing a net total of acres for settlement Of the acres that are left for settlement, the Hudson's Bay Co. the Irrigation Companies and railway companies control ares. There are acres'included in the municipal districts and taied by them, while S.050.MS acres are taxed by tbe department of municipal affairs, being ill the unorganized districts. This makes a total of acres, and tlio Dominion goverujneuf ac- counts for acres hejd for homesteading. So when it can bo esti- mated' just what acreage is included In the cities, towns and village sites, a lair deductibu can be made as to 1 just what amount is actually held .by tha Hudson's Bay Co., _ tho Irrigation companies nnd the railway companies la the entire province. This ihfpnna- llon regarding town sites has not been 'compiled1 as.yet, but it probably would ._ not be more than a couple of iowu- shipE at any rate. UNLAWFULLY OPERATED MOVING PICTURE MACHINE Frank .MacKenzie, of Three Hills, has, .on the information of Constable Tate of .the A., P. P., been convicted and fined the sum of with costs, for unlawfully operating a'moving picture mach- ine at that, .place.'' In'that the action it somewhat prevalent, the t conviction is regarded as an im- portant one by the provincial authorities. OUTRAGED EXPONENT OF PUBLIC OPINION "Kovr seo what yer done! Crowdln' yer car so a feller can't slay on! He mlgut sit ban or killed! An' he had my transfer ia bis pocket, Copyright, -1st reiilury Press. He Sees Dove of Peace a Long Way Off; Sir Auckland Geddes9 Advice to Canada! TORONTO'S POPULATION OTTAWA, Sept. to fibres rclrtiscJ itdsy Tor Io has a ponulation ot S'C'.'-'li, which' Sir Auckland Geddes, British Ambassador to Washington, sounded a new keynote In the re- construction-era for Canada En opening the Canadian National ExhlbEiton at Toronto. "He saTd: "Not yet, and not for a long the spirit of ptace be re-established In the -hearts of men.- We aft an cannot hope to remain In splendid isola- tion. We cannot insulal; our- selves from ths-thought currents of humanity. Wh'ether will It or no, whether we like it or no, we must be prepared to meet every jar .and to endure every shock and- every blow which angry men, disappointed men, madmen cart deliver to the indsor Table WiBBomb US. Warship From the Air cause of na- val efficiency is soon to claim as a sacrifice another oldtime fighting (ship of the United States batllCFhip In Lower Chesa- .pcaka Bay this month the vessel will be subjected to a rain of bombs from a squadron of naval seaplanes, just to see wbat tbe bombs will Io her.v United naval officers claim that this be the first actual test to be conducted by any navy to show the. possibilities of'direct attack upon warships trrim the air. Hying at heights ranging from to 'eel the sir planes which it Is plan- ned to. include in the squadron will attempt first .to demonstrate the practicability of hitting a target the size of: a. battleship, using for this purpose non-esploElvc bombs. If the range Is found the battleship iil then be subjected to the csplo-! sive fqrce of bomba carrying a mini- i mum of pounds of TNT. If! there is a visible remnant ot the In- j Oiana at the conclusion of the bomb- i In'g experiments she will be used' later as a stationary target for the of tho "Atlantic fleet. The Indiana was one of tho first; battleships of tbe U. S. navy and re- cently was placed out of commission to make way- for.- a new supor-drcad- naugbt of1 the same, name. She played a part-in the destruction of Ccrvera's fleet at Santiago. Vacation Time is over OVER to see us. Now is the TIME to I get big values! 'framework of society. That there will be jars and. shocks ar.d blows is as certain as it Is that winter win follow summer, and spring winter. To nteet them, to endure' them without flinch- ing, is an affair'of the spirit made .strong by fsSth in some great ideal of ordered freedom. But to meet and en- dure them without failure re- quires not only spiritual fortitiide but material preparation. confidence made abso- lute by knowledge of you ,-md yours, I look forward to the fut- ure of your land which, when my service to the Empire is finished, will, I hope, again be mine. "But remember that material prosperity alone can never make a nation greaL Greatness is not' In outward things. No marble palace-as an Habitation Is requir- ed to make a: man great; Kls 3 rest ness resides in the Inward recesses of his being, and in his soul made strong by struggle and schooled to humility by disap- pointment, perhsps by pain and suffering. "Remember the children, that they must be educated under- stand the nobility of work, and not permitted to believe that luxury bought by wealth for which their- forefathers labored is theirs by some divine dispensation. It Is easier to be great in the midst of hardship than In the midst of wealth, and so I would amend slightly the motto of your Exhibi. tion and say, ;Work thp.t you may prosper' spiritually and drow know that if you do so mate'rial'prosperity wltl be yours also and your cup will overflow." A YOUNG B1RUUFFEBEB And Was Restored to Ljdia L Pttkhaffl's Vegetable nd ToH By Her Holier. The Showin of Outer Garments low At Its Best! A' wonderfully complete and attractive showing: of and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Petticoats, -Sweaters, Kimonas; now awaits.yoiii'approval at this store. In the new arrangement of our store we have three times the space devoted to the display and sale of ready-to-wear garments that we formerly had and we can assure the women of this city and district that no such assortments are io be had in any ether store outside ihe larger cities. Prices, loo, while slightly higher on some lines than those of a year ago, are marked at the lowest possible figure consistent with good quality, and orcibly demonstrate again, as in previous seasons, that it oivs.to shop at Clarke'-s, BEAUIIFULGEORGErTElAMS Brooklyn, N. cannot preiss K. FiEkhara's Vegetable Com- pound enough for what it has done lor my daughter. She was 15 jeara of age, very sickly tnd pale aad she bad to stay home from school moat of the time. :'Sh'e. kuiTered agonies .frc-in backache and dizziness tudwaa vnlh.- outapprtite. Forthrca cionUis the was under tbe .doctor's care and gotjno better, always eompJeininx about her back and side aching EO 1 didn't kr.ow whit to do.- -Iffii in I he papers DOQUlTyonr wonderful medicine so I made up bfts taken fire bottler of LydlE S. PinihsnVE Vegetable Com- and doesn't cor.'-.plain any more with herback end sidouhtng. She lies pained inwei'ht and freiamuch better. I rowmmend Lyclis E, PiLkham'a Vtgo- j table Compound to ail mothers B-oA ii. '-slS Ave.J Biooliyu. NiT! For special tdviit W regtrd to sncli ailmcnLs write to Lydia E. Piakham Mfidjcuut Co., Lynn, PARIS tOHDON V1VAUDOU NEW 'Ladies! Ladies! JLay In your winter supply and .place your orders with us we may giro you tbe advantagn of the present Ion pricS ot C. H. Stuart's Kx- tracts, jrhlch now retail at 25c per tube. After Keptember SOtli the rrreo will be raised to 30o 'per tube. 1 Specials for Saturday 60c .40c BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT LONDfjN, Sept. weekly statement of tie Bank of Kngland shows the following changes In pounds sterling Total reserve Increase Circulation decreased Bills decreased Other securities increased S74.000. Public deposits increased 67.000. Other deposits increased Notes reserre Increased Government securities increased 2- The proportion of the bank's re- to.liahlltllcs IB 11.70 per cent.; last week it was U.fjS'per cent. Rate of discount 7 per cent. Per Ib.......... Flantatton Old Country iPer Ib.'..'..... Peanut in .'Tern................40C Pjain Ico Per dish fee Cream Sodns- Peanut Per )b. THIS IS A SNAP i'l Ib. of Peanut liuiter at 1 Ib. Of KlESC'8 10c I 10c J 35c i NEW YORK GETS THE MONEY JfBW moment ot pique on tho part of Edivard FV Searles, f. multi-millionaire recluse of Methuen Mass., haa' resulted In enriching treasury of New York-state by ECV era] hliudred IhouoanO dollafs. Annoyed at real or fancier! ill treat- ment by public officials in Massachu- setts, Searles took steps to obtn'in rc- cognllion as a citizen of New Vork slate. In consequence, the latter state wil! bo able to collect inheritance taies on all the personal properly transferred under his will, as o's on Ills Now York real estate. 55c KEITH'S CANADA'S DELEGATES OTTAWA. Sept.' (On- I adian is ollicially v announced that Canadian dele- G i galos to the asscinblv of Ihe g Le.iguo of Viiilrin'a have not yet liesin formally unpointed. It is slalofl, howovcr. ihey will1 gr bo Sir Robert IJorden; lion. S I 't J. Utiherly, minister of Juitlre g, and Hon. XVW. llownll, former j president of the privy council. is nlways fatiguing. nl-.en everything is made sric and span you are tired out nnd uncomfortable' Rut a sprinkle of Mavis Talc will help Mavia is- Tcfrtshinit and trulv IRRESlSTIIiLK. At oil good druggisisani! toik-t counters. rest s t Save Certificates for Aluminum GcorgotteF, you know. 'No need ivha lever of paying ?1S.OO to vraist. as'sQiiiQ ulorcs arc asking, 'We liavo In unes'jmiT twos' inalcud ol by the "dozen, feeling' sifffl- thai the price 'must soou break.. Such, is -how the caso aivl "cr.n assure' you thajt'Svu were iii a posittoil to buy HberaHy the cam o, with tlie result liave 'iio.v'a selection of very tlnost ivaists ''obtainable up to 515.00 AvhiCh you camiot duplicate In many stores nt less than and All ill! sizes, to 44. AretheTaiof tklown -A truly magnificent aud-.txteusiye a variety ol never befoia attebiiited :tiv this is-eaylns a .great deal'when you tlieuspteiiditl Tarieties'provided for'your approval duriug. irast seasons. v Jfanj' are luuny that arc wise are buylug; wo .strongly urge- early selections ot the'novelty-cloths and not be had asulu when present slocks are exhausted, in. those; lluea.shew no signa of but rathet 'a tendency to go-higher as the season, adviuces.. PERSONAL INSPECTION AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIEN.CE; A VISIT TO'THIS- STORE PLACES YOU.UNDER NO OBLIGATION VVHATEVER TO BUY. AND SHOULD YOU SEE A GARMENT THAT SUITS YOUR FANCY, A DEPOSIT, SECURES IT FOR YOU TILL YOU ARE fiEADY TO TAKE IT AWAY.. First Shipment OF NEW TRIMMED HATS to Very smart nnd modisli Ere early Fall aiojels, And priced no higher than similar creations of a year ago. EVERY MODEL IS AN .EXCLUSIVE FRENCH PAT- rTERN, .BOUGHT IN ONLY ONE OF A MODEL, AND 'ALL CONFINED EXCLUS- IVELY TO THIS STORE. Most 'Attractive Suits At pt Hudspa'Seal, taupe, op- possum, natural ,oppossum, -sable; very attractive stylo garments, made offuttst all-wool velours and broafictotha; colors nuyy, brown, tniips, new blue, ..etc. Sizes TG to.43. Handsome New .-.Ifiiie serges, tricotiues, broadcloth and -vel- ours in n variety- 01 .choice to suit almost any those wanting a suit, without fur trimming. These .are among the handsomest1 garments we have ever had to shown in a such, as -Mack, reindeer, taups, grey etc. Sizes-16 to 48. VERY SPECIAL VALUE COATS Cwals that have the style, the quality and Hie genoral'iipncar- tince of lots of higher priced garments you will see in iriany stores. We have Bono pains to have the range at theso prices fully up to tho Ktandard and ciin give you an excellent variety of choice in'iiure wool polo cloths, silvertoaes and velours; colors brown, taupe, reindeer, burgundy, grer, tau etc Sizes 16 to '14. Richest Procurable Crushed Plush to. Decidedly the V.ovclty hit of the very scarce goods at that. These coats arc uiado'oC silk nils pluehcs, shown in short sports'leii'gtu with belt, self or fur collars, silk lined throughout, very warm and serviceable. Colors grey, tan, liiupe and moleskin. Fur Trimmed Coats, Beautifully The stylish "Wraps" with Targe shawl and capo collars nnd oilier models that, conform, mr.rc to tho'figure, iiow on display In a- variety of choice to suit women of most particular tastes. Fur trinr-nlngs nre naturaland boaver. Hiidson seal clc. Matdrlals 'a'rr; vulours. lintcltones, silvortonca. liolkla rloths, etc., colors mostly favored are brown, relMdeer, tJUipc, Ian, etc. Beautiful Sit and ferseUe Dresses SATURDAY BARGAINS IN-NEWEST MERCHAN- DISE MOST WANTED NOW Georgette Waists Values worth up to A specially "purchased line, 'beuuiiiully embroidered and braided, sizes to 44; -colors floali, grey, sand, Uupe, navy black, etc. Silk Hose, (Tar included) Values up to S3.5Q Beautiful quality, pure silk, hemmed and ribbed tops, colors Wack, wiite, taupe, grey, greon nnd' beither mfrhires: Sold regularly, you Trould pay, with tho tax, J3.S5. arc bought rlKht o.inl priced right, in.slvits that show tho tondtncy to pleats Kiul rulflca are strongly In evidence; ;is5orlnreol3 Ihat nrc easily double the showlni; of prpvioug se.v make tho-matter of selecting thu right model comparatively easy. DRESSES FOR THE YOUHQ LADY OF REGULAR PROPOR- TIONS IN SIZES 16 TO OTHER MODELS FOR THE REGU- LAR, AVERAGE FIGURE FROM 36 TO 40, AND DRESSES FOR DIG WOMEN UP.TO 48 DUST MEASURE, Yard Goods ains For Final Clearance Velta Flannel, 25c Regular 65c value Neat stripes nnd BUitablo for children's wear, house dresses, pyjamas etc., 32 inches wide. Splendid Cretonnes for94c Regular value iramlserme patterns and colorings -in floral and con- Tenllcnial designs! Novelty Plaids, Renular ?2.50 value Splendid showing still left, 38 to -12 inches wide, suit- able for children's wear p.nd separate skirls. Brq.catie Mercerized Lining, Regular 41.75 value 12 Inches wliio. fine finish, very slrojig and dur- nule, suitable for poUlccuts, linings etc.; colors grey, hrnwn, purple, etc. Richest Novelty Silks Values up J4.00 riill yard wide, handsome stripes and plaids shown In splendid variety and selling much below Kcsent whole- sale for final.clearance. Fine Wool Poplin Rtfliilar vtfue 3S inches wide, lovely ciuaUly cloth; colors, blue, grey, cardinal, grteit, clc. 614 THIRD r i :l ;